Elections in Museveni´s Uganda:
Elections in Museveni´s Uganda:
The Media Grapple with Presidential Elections in Uganda since 1962: Wilson Okaka
Sovereignty of the People and Elections Management in Uganda:A Case Study of Presidential Elections from 1996 to 2011 Bakampa Brian Baryaguma
Analysis of Dichotomous Outcomes:A Case Study of Constituency Characteristics´ Data in the 2006 General Elections in Uganda Ahmed Ochama
BEYOND CASTING THE BALLOT:FROM ELECTIONS CONDUCT TO EXTRA-INSTITUTIONAL ELECTION FRAUD IN POST-1995 UGANDA Sabastiano RWENGABO/ Anne Mary TUSINGWIRE
This book explores the extent to which the International Criminal Court (ICC) has influenced peace processes in Cote d´Ivoire, Kenya and Uganda. It examines how the prosecution of those who bear the greatest responsibility for crimes committed in these countries may have negatively or positively influenced the process of making peace in their wake. It is concerned with how international accountability affects post-conflict countries and what the ICC brings to peace processes. The central question addressed by the book is whether justice spurs peace in post- conflict societies or whether justice complicates the peace process. If so, how? Relying on qualitative studies in these countries, this book comparatively analyses the impact of the interventions of the ICC in Uganda (2004), Kenya (after the 2007/2008 post-election violence), and Cote d´Ivoire. Its aim is to provide an evidence-based account of how the involvement of the ICC in these countries influences the processes of promoting peace. To gauge this, Malu develops an analytical framework which is based on four variables: deterrence, victims´ rights, reconciliation and accountability to the law. This book will appeal to those interested in post-conflict reconstruction, transitional justice, peace studies, conflict transformation, and international criminal law, including peace practitioners and those working in the field of international justice.
Jimmy Carter has lived the most admired and productive post-presidency in the nation´s history. Through The Carter Center, which he and Rosalynn Carter founded in 1982, President Carter has fought neglected diseases, waged peace in war zones, and built hope among some of the most forgotten and needy people in the world. Serving in more than 70 nations, he has led peacekeeping efforts for Ethiopia, North Korea, Haiti, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Uganda and Sudan. With his colleagues from The Carter Center, he has monitored more than 65 elections in troubled nations, from Palestine to Indonesia. Carter´s bold initiatives, undertaken with dedicated colleagues, have eliminated, prevented, or cured an array of diseases that have been characterized as ´´neglected´´ by WHO and that afflict tens of millions of people unnecessarily. The Carter Center has taught millions of African families how to increase the production of food grains, while Rosalynn Carter has led a vigorous war against the stigma of mental illness around the world, which she describes in this audio. ´´Immersing ourselves among these deprived and suffering people has been a great blessing as it stretched our minds and hearts,´´ Carter says. This is the story of his post-presidency. 1. Language: English. Narrator: Jimmy Carter. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/sans/000998/bk_sans_000998_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.